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How to remove film(that was put the wrong way in) on an Instax 7s?

It's stuck and I can't get it now. Help!

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SOURCE: My fuji instax mini 7s has an error message on the

Firstly, remove the remaining films in your camera (while the camera is switched off) Secondly, switch on the camera. Press the power button and the shutter button simultaneously at one go. (to reset) Thirdly, reload a new set of polaroid films. Hope it helps!

Posted on Feb 15, 2011

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SOURCE: i took a self portrait with my fuji instax mini 7s but when the film came out, it was just white. I waited a few more minutes but it still didn't have the picture i took. What's wrong?

white film mean the film is expose to light. and didn't developed properly.
Take a few more shot and try if next few films are the same.
If not, try a new pack of film and test it.

If still the same, mean the lens is spoil. send it to passiongadgets.com at Singapore to repair it.

Posted on Sep 28, 2012

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Film should be okay for a couple of trips through the x-ray machines. If you want to be sure, put it into a clear plastic bag and request visual inspection instead of x-ray. It'll take longer, but TSA is obligated to visually inspect items if you so request.

Posted on Mar 26, 2014

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